• Russian Dudnikova Eugeniya
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    Russian artist paints fairytale artworks onto tree trunks

    Although street art can be found in virtually any cityscape these days, Russian artist Eugenia Dudnikova is taking her art back to nature. Dudnikova takes advantage of the serenity of nature as inspiration. The heart of the trees is the blank canvas of this artist to create art. Using acrylic paints, transforms free spaces into real museums. She feels the need to return art to the art that nature gives us. The Russian artist leaves delicate paintings in the small spaces without bark that are found in the trunks of the trees. His tiny surreal images, inspired by children’s literature, as well as being respectful of the nature he loves…

  • Thomas Dambo
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    Thomas Dambo and his wooden giants in Copenhagen

    Thomas Dambo is a Danish sculptor who works with recycled materials. In the last 3 years he has created some 25 great sculptures recycled and distributed all over the world. He made 6 giants and hid them in his hometown in Copenhagen, Denmark. The sculptures are found in some of their favorite places in the city, where people do not go often, away from the usual paths. The sculptures can be found using a treasure map or a poem stuck in a stone near each sculpture. These give clues to find the different giants. He created all the sculptures with recycled wood. Mostly, with 600 old pallets, a broken shed,…

  • Benjamin Von Wong
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    “Strawpocalypse”: Benjamin Von Wong and his 168 thousand straws recycled

    Recycling, apart from being absolutely necessary for reasons that we all know, is quite an art, in the broadest sense of the phrase; if, in addition, it becomes art, it has an added value. Von Wong Can you think of a better way of raising awareness and thinking than flooding the retinas and beauty minds? Benjamin Von Wong, can. The restless mind of photographer and creative Benjamin Von Wong had to think about the idea of exposing a global problem, and making a sculptural art coexist in an impressive intervention of more than three meters and made with 168,000 recycled straws. Benjamin Von Wong has dedicated his career to sending…

  • Ivan Aivazovsky
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    Ivan Aivazovsky and the fascinating force of the sea

    “The sea is my life“. Ivan Aivazovsky (1817 – 1900) was a Russian who was always in love with the sea. His paintings speak of the infinite ocean. From a calm sea off the coast, to a sea raging in the middle of a storm. From the serenity of a beach at night to the despair of a battle on the high seas. One of the most beautiful features of the sea is that it is never the same. It is a mysterious, vast and solitary mass of water that changes with every light, with every wind. We can contemplate it with a deep blue color on a summer day…

  • Philip Barlow
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    Philip Barlow shows us what is to be miope

    If we have never needed glasses in our lives, we probably are not even aware of how little or how many people see the world, due to myopia, astigmatism, and others. I have myopia, but not much, really. The South African painter Philip Barlow has created a series of hyperrealistic paintings that show how short-sighted people see without glasses everything that surrounds them. We can barely make out the shapes in the paintings at first glance, everything looks blurry. But every short-sighted person will agree that this is the world when you take off your glasses. That uncomfortable feeling of being on the beach, getting out of the water, and…

  • Tatsuya Tanaka
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    Tatsuya Tanaka reinvents everyday objects in miniature scenes

    It is amazing the gift the Japanese Tatsuya Tanaka has: potato chips that become dunes, a ring binder in which a game of tennis is played, a comb turned into the bridge of a Japanese folklore scene or glasses of pasta that make a bicycle. For Tanaka, any object is a fantastic miniature scene and gives them a new dimension and a new concept, as incredible is the level of detail that gives their small protagonist figures. I find it really incredible, an authentic genius, to work and create on that scale; the result of Tanaka’s compositions is spectacular and the advertising treatment of his captures is really stimulating. The…

  • Hyperrealist
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    Hyperrealistic paintings of Artic ice against climate change

    The New Yorker artist Zaria Forman uses her immense creative talent to document the devastating effects of climate change using Hyperrealistic paintings. For many years she has produced large format landscape drawings using soft pastel shades. Made with hyperrealistic details, the images are an incredible and moving representation of the majesty of glaciers that, despite their impressive size, are rapidly deteriorating due to global warming. Forman‘s earlier work showed instantly recognizable shapes such as glaciers and icebergs. But now his pictorial approach has changed, essentially reducing the landscape. Forman has spent the last two years traveling with scientific missions from NASA to track the movement of ice. The result is…

  • Elena Vizerskaya
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    The sensual world of Elena Vizerskaya

    Today, I had the opportunity to see the fantastic work of the digital artist Elena Vizerskaya, better known as KaSSandrA, who contemplates reality from metaphysics, intertwining them in a perfect cohesion. Kassandra studied at the Institute of Art and Design in Kiev, specializing in Environmental Design, in which she has never worked. She started creating his works in 2004, without any commercial intention. In 2009, considered the possibility of selling his photos, and does it in istockphoto, with an unconventional work, but one that gets great acceptance. Her passion for photography and the creation of collages began spontaneously in childhood and became a possibility of self-expression and a way of…